Welcome to Oncity, a city built on the pillars of Inclusion, respect and empathy!
Our citizens are concerned with the language they use and how they address each other, highlighting people's abilities, not their difficulties!
Having an accessible city is key for people with intellectual disabilities to be able to live independently, move around the city, play sports, go to museums, etc. so we feel protective and understandingtowards them.
Some people with mental health issues, who suffer from anxiety, depression, or discrimination (psychosocial disability) need places where they can feel safe, so it is very important that street and building designs are easy and intuitive to navigate, and that information on posters and signs is comprehensible, with simple text and images to help understand.